## Sunday, 29 April 2018

### CLASS 4 -- MATH HOLIDAY HOME WORK (2018-19)

MATHS HOLIDAY HOME WORK
Class 4 :

• Learn tables 2 to 15
• To make the following in  Roman Numerals by using the tooth picks in a color A4 size paper.
1. 19
2. 34
3. 22
4. 26
5. 10
Example : 8 = VIII
note: the above given numbers should be done as given below. ### CLASS 4 -- EVS HOLIDAY HOME WORK (2018-19)

EVS HOLIDAY HOME WORK
Class 4:

• In A4 size paper draw, color and label neatly the different organs inside our body ( brain , heart, stomach, kidney, liver, bones and muscles )
• Paste it in EVS notebook.

### CLASS 5 MATH HOLIDAY HOME WORK (2018-19)

MATHS HOLIDAY HOME WORK

Class 5:

• Learn 2 to 17 tables.
• Do life skills from pg no: 16  in A4 size paper.

## Tuesday, 13 February 2018

### Decimals revision - class 5 (2017-18)

Revision on decimals
1.The dot placed between the numeral in the ones place and the numeral in the tenths place is called ______.
2.Decimal fraction have two parts ______ and _____.
3.The last zero in a decimal value has _____ value.
4.Decimals with different number of decimal places are ______ decimals.
5.Find the place value of the underlined digit
a)67.9    b)1.365
6. Write in expanded form
a)155.444     b)99.009
7. Convert into like decimals
a)3.8 ,3.08 ,3.008    b)111.1 ,11.11 ,1.111
8.Arrange in ascending order
a)3.3 ,3.33 ,3.333, 2.333     b)0.001 ,0.01   ,0.1
9. Arrange in descending order
a)11.21 ,11.121 ,11.2        b)0.123 ,0.124 ,0.2 ,0.014
10.Write the number name of 125.648
11. Add the decimals 3.2 ,3.124 ,4.03 ,17.0008
12. Subtract the decimals 10.001 from 101.1

### Factors and multiples revision - class 5 (2017-18)

FACTORS AND MULTIPLES                                                           CLASS: 5
I.            Fill in the blanks:
i.            The number __________ is a factor of every number.
ii.            A prime number has exactly __________ factors.
iii.            ____________ is a number that is neither prime nor composite.
iv.            All even numbers are divisible by __________.
v.            Two prime numbers which differ by 2 are called __________ primes.

II.            Do the following:
1.     List all the factors of :
i.                   24        ii. 74

2.     Find the prime factorisation of the given numbers by making factor tree:
i.            96
ii.            72

3.     Find the HCF of the following set of numbers using the successive division method:
i.            248, 492
ii.            136, 170, 255

4.     Find the LCM of the following:
i.                   94,96
ii.                 48,72,108

5.     Find the largest number that divides 232 and 157 leaving a remainder of 7.
6.     The product of two numbers is 150. Their LCM is 30. Find their HCF.

III.            State whether true or false:
i.                   Every number is a multiple of itself. (            )
ii.                 Every number is a multiple of 1. (         )
iii.              A factor of a number can be greater than the number. (         )
iv.               All even numbers are multiples of 2. (           )

### Metric Measures and temperature revision- class 5 (2017-18)

a)    1 decaliter =________ litre.
b)    1141m=_____km ____ m.
c)     A thermometer is used to measure ________.
d)    The smallest metric unit is ___________.
e)     ____________ shows boiling point of water.
f)      Convert
i) 25 ℃
ii) 45 ℃ to the Fahrenheit scale
g)    Convert
i)120 ℉
ii) 100 ℉ to the Celsius scale.
h)    Subtract
i)3 kg 178 g from 8 kg 350 g (in kg)
ii)56 cm 3mm from 60 cm 2 mm (in m)
i)       Add
i)74 g 343 mg; 56 g 408 mg; 18 g 379 mg (in g)
ii)56 m 72 cm; 46 m 48 cm; 9 m 50 cm (in m)
j)      Express the following as a decimal of
i)                   6cm 7 mm (in cm)
ii)                5dg 3 cg 4 mg (in g)
iii)             435 dl (in decalitre)
iv)              2 km 5hm 2 m (in km)

### Percentages revision - Class 5 (2017-18)

(Percentage) class V
I.                   Fill in the blanks:
(a) To convert percentage to decimals, divide by ________.
(b) 1 cm is ___% of meter.
(c)  To convert decimals into percentage, ________ by 100.
II.               Find the following:
(a) 30% of 480
(b) 64% of 6000
(c)  8 paisa as a percentage of rupee is =
(d) 90 cm as a percentage of meter =
(e)  The percentage of 2/4 is________
(f)   12g as a % of kg is =